Wednesday Night Semi Classic Bowling League
High Series over 600: Barry Gray (716)237,246,233; Mike Gage (698)233,228,237; Mike Staffin (627)226,175,226; Matt Curtis (622)203,228,191; Reid Nagelschmidt (617)224,213,180; Sharky Nagelschmidt (616)214,200,202; Joe Allison (610)245,203,162; Keith Dickison (604)238,152,214; Gerry Gage Jr. (601)200,199,202; Jack Adams (600)193,203,204.
Scores over 200:
Reid Nagelschmidt 224,213; Sharky Nagelschmidt 214,200,202; Gerry Gage Sr. 207,203; Joe Allison 245,203; Mike Gage 233,228,237; Steve Oldick 203; Cubby Gage 200,202; Matt Curtis 203,228; Keith Dickison 238,214; Tim Adams 204; Jack Adams 203,204; Mike Adams 202; Mike Pugliese 20; Barry Gray 237,246,233; Mike Staffin 226,226.
Thursday Afternoon Ladies League
High Series over 400
Eileen Barown (516)190,162,164; Virginia Higgins (502)174,139,189; Jan Kerr (471)165,159,147; Susan Newman (444)143,150,151; Marion Madison (440)130,145,165; Chris Brasitus (414)132,140,142; Marie Wolcott (414)127,145,142.
Games 0ver 130: Jan Kerr 165,159,147; Virginia Higgins 174,139,189; Marion Madison 130,145,165; Eileen Barown 190,162,164; Susan Newman 143,150,151; Mary Durso 136; Marie Wolcott 145,142; Chris Brasitus 132,140,142.
Monday Night League
High Series 550 and over: Chuck Hascup (664)203,222,239; Rich Anderson (584)165,236,183; Matt Curtis (570)190,170,208; Dave Seigle (570)125,275,170; Ed Kukenberger (559)204,179,176; Tom Steele (550)165,213,172.
Games 170 and Over: Chuck Hascup 203,222,239; Rich Anderson 236,183; Joe Senchyshyn 183; Dominic Montesano 174,170; Keith Mallory 179; Frank Del Plato 182; Mike Kenney 184,182; Dave Seigle 275,170; Ed Kukenberger 204,179,176; Lynn Green 194; Tom Steele 213,172; Bill Deane 185; Matt Curtis 192,170,208; Dave Chase Sr. 177,182,179
Wednesday Night Semi Classic Bowling League
- Local Sports
MCS softball clinches East title
MCS baseball clinches Tri-Valley East
Kevin Musser did a little bit of everything for the Milford baseball team last Thursday. Make that the Tri-Valley League East Division champion Milford baseball team, who won its first league title since 1997.Continued ...
Cooperstown softball wins first CSC title
The Cooperstown softball team has reached its goal, it will have a banner of its own to hang at Red Bursey Gymnasium.Continued ...
Harmon, Ratliff win titles at Yellowjacket Invitational
Oneonta High's boys held off Holland Patent and Sidney while the host school's girls cruised to victory Friday night in the Yellowjacket Invitational at OHS. The boys compiled 76 points -- four better than Holland Patent and six ahead of Sidney. Cooperstown finished tenth of 16 teams with 21 points. Milford finished eleventh with 11 points. OHS girls had 139 points to beat runner-up B-G/A by 70. Cooperstown finished fourth of 16 teams with 49 points. Milford finished sixth with 33 points.Continued ...
CCS tennis wins division title in CSC East, finishes season 9-1
Cooperstown's tennis team won a division title in the first week of May and finished the season 9-1 in division play. Cooperstown clinched the Center State Conference East Division with a 4-1 win at the Clark Sports Center on May 6 over Sauquoit Valley.Continued ...
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CV-S boys tie for track title at Kyle Hysack Invitational.Continued ...
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- Thursday, May 9, 2013
Milford holds off Roxbury for tournament title
Roxbury threatened to give the Wildcats their first loss of the season Saturday and take the Milford Booster Club Tournament softball title, but Milford made strong defensive plays in each of the final three innings to preserve a 6-5 win.Continued ...
C'town girls beat Hamilton for second time
Hamilton tried to make sure Maggie Hall didn't beat them again in softball on Friday, but Hall still found a way. After being intentionally walked for the third time, Hall eluded Kendall Rusch's tag on Ellen Vibbard's bases loaded grounder down the third-base line to score the game-winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning of Cooperstown's 5-2 home win.Continued ...
Oneonta sweeps Don Howard Invitational
Oneonta High's boys and girls cruised to victories in the Don Howard Invitational on Saturday at Cooperstown.Continued ...
CCS names six athletes, two teams to HOF
Six individuals and two teams will be inducted into the Cooperstown Central School's Athletic Hall of Fame on Sept. 28.Continued ...
Cooperstown tennis continues to win. Hannah Saggese has big day on the track for Milford. Dustin Collins wins three events for CV-S. Cooperstown baseball returns to Doubleday Field with a win over Sidney.Continued ...
Hall of Fame releases results from survey
Ninety-seven percent of the American public believes that negative health effects exist from using steroids, yet only 19 percent believe that steroid use is a big problem among high school students, according to a national study announced in New York City last week.Continued ...
Scouts honored with opening of museum's Diamond Mines exhibit
Hall of Fame executive Branch Rickey once described the role of a scout as having the ability to â€œassay the gold content in a handful of ore.â€� Today, the long and storied history of those same miners, always on the lookout for the next diamond in the rough, is told at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.Continued ...
- Thursday, May 2, 2013
Edmonds wins Big South track title in 5k for Liberty
Two weeks after breaking the 14-minute barrier at the Stanford Invitational, Edmonds won a Big South Conference title and finished second in another event. He won the 5k on April 20 with a time of 14:26.14, more than two seconds ahead of teammate Josh MacDonald. On April 18, he finished second in the 10k.Continued ...
Cring has perfect game
Four days after throwing a no-hitter against Westmoreland, Cooperstown senior Nicole Cring pitched a perfect game against Morrisville-Eaton.Continued ...
- Sports Briefs
Henderson steals roster spot for Classic
Rickey Henderson will be up and running in Cooperstown on May 25.Continued ...
Freshman coming up big for CCS baseball
Freshman pitcher Ray Cabrera struck out six batters over four innings, getting a win in relief during Cooperstown's 12-4 home win over Morrisville-Eaton on Friday.Continued ...
Wildcats remain unbeaten
Addy Lawson doubled and scored, and Kaley Chase homered during a four-run ninth inning that lifted unbeaten Milford to a 7-3 Tri-Valley League softball victory at Schenevus on Tuesday.Continued ...
- MCS softball clinches East title